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Tired of having to deal with screaming kids on airplanes? Former Alabama offensive lineman Barrett Jones is to. But unlike you, he has come up with a solution for the problem.
I think the FAA should mandate a soundproof nursery on all planes. I love kids but sitting behind a screaming one really gets me.
— Barrett Jones (@BarrettAJones) April 5, 2013
Of course, a nursery would probably be available only for first-class passengers, but hey, a good idea is a good idea.
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